Consultations: LGBTI migrant workers | LGBTI/SOGIESC and enforced disappearances

 

ILGA World is working on a series of guidelines on UN human rights conventions, including the Convention on the Protection of the Rights of All Migrant Workers and Members of Their Families (CMW) and the Convention for the Protection of All Persons from Enforced Disappearance (CED). 

As part of this process, we are organising consultations with activists working on the ground to see how the two conventions could be relevant for their needs.
If you are working with LGBTI migrant workers or on enforced disappearances and LGBTI/SOGIESC, and would like to contribute to the development of the guide, please contact ILGA World’s representatives: 

  • on LGBTI migrant workers - Shweta Nanda (TBs@ilga.org)
  • on LGBTI/SOGIESC and enforced disappearances - Adeline Cullom (TBs@ilga.org)

We would appreciate any ideas, thoughts and information related to human rights problems faced by LGBTI migrant workers, and on enforced disappearances and LGBTI/SOGIESC, in any countries in the world. 
Ideally, the consultation process will be organised in the form of interview via Skype, Zoom or another platform, but we would also appreciate written information and inputs via email. 

ILGA World will provide a small monetary compensation for contributions from LGBTI activists.

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